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Investor Anthony Attard wears many hats. Featured
Anthony’s brainstorming pays off
ILIANA STILLITANO
ANTHONY Attard wears many hats including business owner and celebrity manager. Now he can add inventor to the list.

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Home based business experts Tony Eades and Jim Taggart. Photo by Melinda Hird. Featured

Dedicated support network launched

By Di Bartok

JIM Taggart and Tony Eades were ready to celebrate.

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WHAT ARE YOUR LEGAL RISKS? Featured

Tips for starting a business

By Chelsea Winter
Solicitor Watts McCray

THERE are a number of legal considerations that arise when starting a business, as well as during the on-going operations of a business.

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How JMA Entertainment is creating stars

By James Preston

ONE of the most powerful beliefs that connect mankind is that we have a dream.

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Sam Clifford, left, and Andrew Barker. Featured

Start-up targets fastest growing region

By Di Bartok

IF you want to clean up in business, grabbing a slice of a leading global cleaning business could be the way to go, especially in the burgeoning greater west of Sydney.

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Fairfield entrepreneur Khoda Haddad. Featured

Pioneering a new slant on not-for-profits

By James Preston

PASSION is so often linked to a dream and linked to success, but achieving success in the form of our dreams is often viewed unattainable and even impossible.

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Mo with RNB superstar Craig David selling merchandise. Featured

Blacktown events promoter tackles risks head on

By James Preston

EVERY successful entrepreneur must take a risk. They must leap hurdles, dodge pitfalls and be prepared to play with fire and in this sense Western Sydney entertainment mogul Mohammed Alhaj Al Gala is a man who can only be described as a pyromaniac.

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